Go Tea Party

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  1. copsnrobbers
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    Seem to me they're unstoppable.. Can't wait to see our new an improved again Congress and Senate after the election.. and Romney in place of Obby of course.
     
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    Good thing you started a thread for this.

    We can all rest easy now that you've let us in on this juicy info.
     
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    Yea I can barely contain my enthusiasm. Years of deadlock with nothing accomplished by either side. Not to mention one side who believes compromise is a dirty word. It will be just fantastic.
     
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    I'm enthusiastic about the TEA party. Republicans don't see it but the more of these guys they elect; the more of the center they give up. Usually you have to claw tooth and nail to get the center and here the GOP is...just giving it away on their own. Too damn funny. Every Presidential election is won by getting the plurality of the center.

    I'll be interested to see what happens when TEA partiers start disagreeing with each other. I'm guessing they'll bring back dueling, talks of secession, etc... It should be fun watching the GOP marginalize itself and eventually go the way of the Whig party.

    If I were David Dewhirst I'd be scared shitless about the upcoming Lt. Gov election in Texas.
     
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    Run, along, Skippy.

    The Teabaggers lost-their-way a looooooooooooooong-time-ago.


    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbcEzi_UEWE]Tea Party Pioneer Karl Denninger on Occupy Wall Street - YouTube[/ame]​



     
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    So you're good with radicals as long as they're radical leftists? Tell me Democrats haven't marginalized themselves with the likes of Harry Reid,Barney Frank,Maxine Waters, Al Sharpton, Nancy Pelosi, Duncan Hunter, Barbara Lee, Chris Dodd, Carolyn Maloney, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, etc, etc, etc...
    It's going to take some "radical" conservatives to get us back on the path to prosperity.
     
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    I agree. Hopefully, the democrats will start to compromise after they get their asses handed to them a second straight time.
     
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    and yet the keep on winning Seats in the US congress, as well as State Assemblies.
     
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    Actually, the more of the center they gain. There is an uprising occurring in this country. The T.E.A. party will be moving the GOP to the right, which means that they will slowly become less liberal, which will align with the nation fairly well.

    The enthusiasm will remain for at least one more cycle after this one, at which time, we may actually manage to move the GOP back to the center-right. Hopefully, by that time, the economy will have benefited from a much smaller government, the employment rate will once again be down to an acceptable level, and jobs, economic activity, and our security will once more be secure.
     
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    Why do you think he is so angry? He keeps losing and the T.E.A. party keeps winning. Which, of course, means that America keeps winning.
     

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